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Evolution, Order and Complexity

Contributor(s): Khalil, Elías L. - ed | Boulding, Kenneth E. - ed.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Estados Unidos Routledge 2000Description: 726 p.ISBN: 0415137284.Subject(s): Evolución Social | Evolución-BiologíaDDC classification: 303.4
Contents:
1. Social theory and naturalism 2. interfacing complexity at a boundary between the natural and social sciences 3. The autonomy of social reality: on the contribution of systems theory to the theory of society 4. Ultra-darwinian explanation and the biology of social systems 5. The complexity of social and mental structures in nonhuman mammals 6. On the social nature of autopoietic systems 7. Organization, function, and creativity in biological and social systems 8. Human society as a emerging global superorganism: a biological perspective 9. Neurological and social bases of dominance in human society 10. The propensities of evolving systems 11. Synergetics as a bridge between the natural and social sciences 12. The problem of observables in models of biological
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1. Social theory and naturalism 2. interfacing complexity at a boundary between the natural and social sciences 3. The autonomy of social reality: on the contribution of systems theory to the theory of society 4. Ultra-darwinian explanation and the biology of social systems 5. The complexity of social and mental structures in nonhuman mammals 6. On the social nature of autopoietic systems 7. Organization, function, and creativity in biological and social systems 8. Human society as a emerging global superorganism: a biological perspective 9. Neurological and social bases of dominance in human society 10. The propensities of evolving systems 11. Synergetics as a bridge between the natural and social sciences 12. The problem of observables in models of biological

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